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rifle and 100 rounds into los angeles international airport yesterday morning. >> there was chaos and confusion in terminal three, as the suspect allegedly killed a tsa officer and shot two other people, before he was wounded in a shoot-out with police. we have live team coverage this morning, starting with abc's cecilia vega, who has the latest from l.a.x. >> reporter: good morning. a truly horrifying experience for passengers and workers here. but police say it could have been so much worse. police say he had enough ammunition to kill everyone in the terminal. the slain officer revealed. he is 39-year-old harado hernandez. on the job since 2010. transferred recently to los angeles from montana. the first-ever tsa officer killed in the line of duty. >> i'm speechless. i'm shocked. >> reporter: and the shooter, the fbi releasing his picture over night. paul ciancia, an l.a. resident, who authorities say opened fire with a high-power rifle, inside terminal three friday morning. >> we have an active shooting in terminal three. >> reporter: witnesses describe a chaotic scene, saying
will be sunny and windy, of course, dallas will be sunny, and nothing but sunshine in los angeles. >>> time now for a check of the national forecast. it will be clear from the plains to the eastern seaboard today, and temperatures will begin to rebound. most of the midwest will be sunny and dry, but windy conditions are expected for the great lakes. the south will be mostly dry as well except miami, which could see some showers. scattered showers are forecast for washington and oregon, but california will be warm and sunny. >>> in sports, houston texans' head coach gary kubiak is expected to be back on the sidelines with his team this sunday. kubiak collapsed half time at the texans game two sundays ago. the coach suffered what's called a mini stroke on the sidelines and missed the team's next game. doctors have limited kubiak's work schedule. he says he does not remember collapsing. >>> in college football, northern illinois trying to keep their bcf dreams alive. the 20th ranked huskies feeling the pressure from ball state. the game tied at 27-27 in the fourth quarter. jordan lynch throws a 36
. most terrifying. >> reporter: the gunman is 23- year-old paul ciancia. he has an address in los angeles and his family lives in new jersey. he had material on him expressing anger at the federal government and the tsa in particular. his father reportedly told investigators his son was suicidal. he had tried to file a missing person's report with the lapd. >> we believe at this point that there was a lone shooter. that he acted at least right now, the only person that was armed in this incident. >> reporter: things have started to move now at lax. at 4:00 this afternoon the faa lifted the nationwide ground stop on flights heading to the airport. the airport began the process of resuming normal flight operations through terminals 1 and 2, however, terminal 3 is still closed for the police investigation. reporting live in the newsroom, julie haener, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> police in southern new jersey surrounded the family home of suspect paul ciancia shortly after the shooting. his current address is in los angeles, but his parents still live in new jersey. neighbors were stunned to lea
motives to open fire at the los angeles airport. >> the taliban names a new leader a day after pakistan's most wanted man was killed by a u.s. drone. >> when you're hungry, it's hard to learn if you don't have everything you need. >> a lesson from seattle - how students' test scores are rising despite poverty. >> day of the dead - paying homage to the past and preserving a legacy for the future. >>> hello, welcome to al jazeera. i'm morgan radford, live from new york. >> parts of los angeles international airport are still closed nearly 24 hours after a deadly shooting rampage. police are trying to figure out why 23-year-old suspect paul ciancia whipped out an assault rifle, killing a tsa agent and wounding several others. >> investigators are following leads suggesting that paul ciancia had antigovernment sentiment and was targetting the tsa. brian rooney has more. >> cell phone video obtained by tmz caught the moment when panicked travellers at los angeles international airport ran for the door away from the gunm gunman. >> police identified the gunman as paul ciancia, and he pulled a
airport police, los angeles airport police, responded immediately to the calls. they tracked the individual through the airport, and engaged him in gunfire in terminal 3. and were able to successfully take him into custody. >> nbc news justice correspondent, pete williams, joins me now with the latest on the investigation. pete, i understand we have learned breaking news with the suspect. what do you know? >> reporter: well, authorities from several different organizations have told us that the suspect's name is paul anthony ciancia. c-i-a-n-c-i-a. they say he is 23 years old, born in february of 1990. a u.s. citizen who is living in the l.a. area. and as for the motive -- we're a long way from knowing that for certain. there is some indication, we're told, that he had strong anti-government views. that's based on some written material that we're told he was carrying, that they found on him after he was shot by l.a. airport police. he is said to be in critical condition at the ucla medical. we believe that all of the people who were shot, all of the people he shot, were emplo
. live in los angeles with the latest on this tragedy and what we're learning today about the suspect. -- team facing a hefty payout after a fan got hit in the eye with a flying wiener. >> what? >> are they libel? >> this is no joke. >> $20,000 lawsuit. we report. you decide. "fox & friends" begins right now. these how we wake you up. >> hi this is loser stage manager. welcome to the show. you are watching "fox & friends." >> i thought she said loser stage manager. i thought she said that. >> that's not what she said. >> there is no loser stage manager on this show. >> not here. they are all winners. >> seriously, at this hour, you are really the star of the show. you manage to get us here awake and alive this morning. i don't know how did you it. >> there you go. that's not a loser stage manager. >> look who is here this morning. juliet huddy. >> i forget how much paperwork there is. >> oh there is a lot of paperwork. >> there is a lot to know at 6:00 a.m. >> if you were watching yesterday or sleeping, brand new video this morning, showing the moment that complete chaos at the intern
in dallas. los angeles, showers as well, 65 the high. >>> in sports with millions of dollars in salary and his career hanging in the balance, alex rodriguez stormed out of a grievance hearing on his suspension for allegedly using performance-enhancing drugs. the new york yankees star was enraged that major league baseball commissioner bud selig was not called to testify. rodriguez is trying to overturn the 211-game ban. after leaving in the middle of the hearing, rodriguez went on a new york sports radio station. he denied using p.e.d.s and obstructing baseball's investigation and said selig has a personal vendetta against him. >> 100% is personal. i think it's about his legacy and it's about my legacy. and he's trying to destroy me. by the way, he's retiring in 2014 and to put me on his big mantel on the way out, that's a helluva trophy. >> rodriguez said selig has never testified in the history of the drug history. rodriguez was scheduled to testify on friday. he said he will not return to the hearings. >>> in other baseball news the texas rangers and detroit tigers have agreed to a
in miami. rain in chicago. same goes for dallas. los angeles, cloudy with a high of 68. >>> well, today the nation pauses to remember a dark day in its history. 50 years ago president john f. kennedy was shot and killed as his motorcade traveled through dealey plaza in dallas. this is how it looked when walter cronkite reported it on cbs. >> from dallas, texas, the flash apparently official. president kennedy died at 1:00 p.m. central standard time, 2:00 eastern standard time, some 38 minutes ago. vice president johnson has left the hospital in dallas, but we do not know to where he has proceeded. presumably he will be taking the oath of office shortly and will become the 36th president of the united states. >> thousands will gather at dealey plaza this morning for a solemn ceremony. >>> in boston, the jfk library opens an exhibit of never-before displayed items from kennedy's funeral. and at the white house president obama meets with volunteer from the peace corps, a program kennedy created. >>> vinita nair is in dallas with a story of a woman who was at dealey plaza a half a century a
to your ticket tears. aditi roy joins us live from los angeles. good morning, aditi. >> reporter: good morning, bianna, things are quiet here at l.a.x., this is supposed to be the busiest airport this thanksgiving weekend. with 2 million travelers traveling through. it will be hectic and expensive. the joys of holiday travel. >> first you delay me and then you bump me. >> reporter: immortalized in movies like "planes, trains and automobiles." >> we're going to atlanta. >> reporter: can be far less funny. >> one way to using these checked bags, curbside, they might overlook the fact that your bag is overweight that you have too many bax. >> reporter: the extra fees that you pay to fly, get extra leg room, can add as much as $6 billion for the major u.s. carriers. while you're forking over the extra money for that sandwich, chew on this, the person next to you probably didn't pay the same base price as your ticket. the variations in price were shocking. >> lot of airlines are adding seatback videos and wi-fi. we are paying a bit more for air travel but we're getting a better product. >>
to normal at los angeles international airport. three days after a fatal shooting. investigators there are looking for more clues in the attack and what led a lone gunman to target tsa officers. >>> right now, the virginia and new jersey governors races, are making a final push for votes. we look at what tomorrow's elections could tell us about the 2016 presidential race. >>> and right now, we're waiting for today's white house briefing to get under way. the press secretary jay carney likely to face more questions about obama care and the political tell-all book "double rap." >>> hello, i'm wolf blitzer reporting from washington. more on the investigation into the fatal shooting over at the los angeles international airport. 23-year-old paul ciancia. police say he's the shooter. he remains in critical condition today, unable to speak with investigators. but we are starting to learn more about ciancia. and possibly some of his motives. we're also learning more about what happened just before the shooting, from someone who knew ciancia and his roommates. >> he asked one of the room
's shooting at los angeles international airport. the statement reads in part quote, at this time, we feel a larger and more consistent armed presence in screening areas would be a positive step in improving security for both tsos and the flying public. the development of a new class of tsa officers with law enforcement status would be a logical approach to accomplishing this goal, end quote. security at airports across the nation will be reviewed on orders from attorney general eric holder in the wake of the l.a.x. shooting. a gunman killed one tsa officer as you recall and wounded two other officers and a passenger. the suspect, 23-year-old paul ciancia, is still listed in critical condition at this hour. earlier, an attorney read a statement from his family in new jersey offering condolences to the victims and begging for privacy. >> paul is our son and brother. we will continue to love him and care for him. we will support him during the difficult times ahead. while we do not mean to minimize the grief and distress experienced by many other families, we hope that the public will unders
? >> let's hope this coming week is a little more smooth. aditi, thank you. that's aditi roy in los angeles, this morning. >>> now, to another air travel nightmare. this playing up in the sky and on camera. a passenger coming unglued and yelling about a bomb onboard. abc's rob nelson is here with this terrifying ordeal for passengers. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. a crazy story here. a wild outburst and truly frightening moments, all caught on tape from a passenger onboard that plane, as an allegedly mentally ill man became unruly. even threatened to blow up the air force. >> there's a bomb on this [ bleep ] plane. there's a bomb on the plane. >> reporter: terrifying words screamed loud and clear friday morning, onboard this spirit airline flight. >> there's a bomb on the plane. there's a bomb on this [ bleep ] plane. >> reporter: the flight made an emergency landing, after the pilot reported the passenger's wild behavior. >> he was crazy. just to show you how crazy he was, he was throwing money at these people. >> reporter: these bizarre outbursts, forcing police to meet the air
of them? abc's aditi roy joins us live from los angeles. good morning, aditi. >> reporter: good morning, bianna. things are fairly calm here at l.a.x., but this is supposed to be the busiest airport in the country this thanksgiving. there are going to be 2 million passengers traveling through here enter for those travellers, it will be hectic and expensive. oh, the joys of holiday travel. >> first you delay me and then you bump me. i can't wait to see what happens next. >> reporter: immortalized in movies like "planes, trains and automobiles." the reality -- >> we're going to atlanta. >> the bags. >> reporter: -- can be far less funny. >> check your bags, $50. >> one way to avoid the checked bag fee, when you use a sky cap curb side, sometimes they might give you a really good tip. they might overlook the fact that your bag is overweight that you have too many bags. >> reporter: the extra fees that you pay to fly, get extra leg room, can add as much as $6 billion for the major u.s. carriers. while you're forking over the extra money for that sandwich, chew on this -- the person next to
ball could be from a meteor shower. it was. this brief video, watch closely, shot north of los angeles in the san fernando valley. see that bright glowing ball falling toward earth and disapeerg. that was a meteor, foeks. that shoir actually continues right here in the bay area through the weekend. of note, this particular meteor shower doesn't produce that many meteors, but many have a history of being bright and we saw that in southern california, arizona and nevada earlier. we'll talk about if rain shoirs are in our forecast in a few minutes. >>> this na code breaker said he tried to break the scandal, but the fbi pointed a gun at him. >>> the secret party tunnels buried under california now in danger of being destroyed. we're back in 80 seconds. over the next 40 years the united states population is going to grow by over 90 million people, and almost all that growth is going to be in cities. what's the healthiest and best way for them to grow so that they really become cauldrons of prosperity and cities of opportunity? what we have found is that if that family is moved into safe, c
be from a meteor shower. it was. this brief video, watch closely, shot north of los angeles in the san fernando valley. see that bright glowing ball falling toward earth and disapeerg. that was a meteor, foeks. that shoir actually continues right here in the bay area through the weekend. of note, this particular meteor shower doesn't produce that many meteors, but many have a history of being bright and we saw that in southern california, arizona and nevada earlier. we'll talk about if rain shoirs are in our forecast in a few minutes. >>> this na code breaker said he tried to break the scandal, but the fbi pointed a gun at him. >>> the secre,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, he tried to expose governme spying on everyday americana ells mary >>> long before edward snow den, a former n sa code breaker says he tried to expose government spieg on everyday americans a decade ago. he tells our sister station in baltimore no one would listen, then one day the fbi showed up and pointed a gun at him. >> after 9/11, william and a small team created a computer program constantly scanning data from cell phones an
: breaking news. live pictures right now from lax, the los angeles airport. passengers were evacuated from terminal three around 9:00 a.m. this morning with reports of shots being fired. this has not been confirmed. we are monitoring this and will bring you the latest when we get it. terminal three, lax, approximately 9:00 a.m. this morning shots were heard. dennis: local time, i guess. tracy: yes, thank you. kobe bryant, speaking of l.a. polling in some serious cash today, and so is unclear sam in what is the final year of this contract with the lakers. kobe is set to make over 30 million. crazy. this is all part of the contract. being paid 24 million of that today. we have to talk about what he will pay in taxes. he will not take on nearly as much as you think. he will pay the top federal marginal rate of nearly 40%. on top of that land in california, the lakers. he has his state tax rate of over 13% because california just covers their residencies. the total tax burden, nearly 57% . meaning he will almost 14 million of the 24 million jobless am. if he does not get out there and start ba
. >>> and tributes across the country for the tsa officer killed at los angeles international airport last week. a moment of silence was held as l.a.x. and other airports across the country, in memory of gerardo hernandez on friday. this occurred on friday. a memorial service is scheduled for him for next tuesday. >>> and the fbi is looking for help tracking down three bank robbers. the suspects were caught on camera holding up a philadelphia bank. abc's tai hernandez has more on this. >> reporter: this morning, police are on a manhunt to catch these three masked robbers, caught in this dramatic surveillance footage, robbing a philadelphia-area bank in the middle of the day. you can see the trio storm the bank. and order the horrified people inside to the ground. take a look at this frightened person inch around a wall to hide in a cubicle. police say one of the men stood guard at the front door. while another stood over the terrified customers and workers. a third guy jumped on the counter and demands cash from the tellers. the suspects then confiscate cell phones and make a mad dash out of th
vercammen at los angeles international airport. thank you so much, paul. >>> we speak to a lot of politicians here in "newsroom." >> and a lot of politicians speak to us. >> yes. and they like to talk. >> mm-hmm. the senate is putting limits, though, on the talks. >> yeah, they're limiting the filibusters. is it a good thing, though? we'll ask our political experts. >> you know retailers are revving up to get your dollars as the holiday shopping season gets ready to kick off. we'll talk about that. stay close. hey kevin...still eating chalk for heartburn? yeah... try new alka seltzer fruit chews. they work fast on heartburn and taste awesome. these are good. told ya! i'm feeling better already. [ male announcer ] new alka seltzer fruits chews. enjoy the relief! [ male announcer ] new alka seltzer fruits chews. great. this is the last thing i need.) seriously? let's take this puppy over to midas and get you some of the good 'ol midas touch. hey you know what? i'll drive! i really didn't think this through. brakes, tires, oil, everything. (whistling) >>> welcome back in to the "n
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details on the deadly rampage at the los angeles international airport. police may have been just minutes away from preventing the shooting. should tsa officers now be armed? i will ask california senator dianne feinstein. >>> also, are the 2016 battle lines being drawn? chris christie may be heading for a big win that could boost his white house chances as an influential center. it falls on hillary clinton to launch her own run. >>> and four years after political opposition fueled his plans to try them in new york city, attorney general eric holder says they would be on death row right now. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> right now, we're learning much more about the bloody shooting rampage at los angeles airport that sent panicked passengers fleeing for their lives, left a tsa officer dead and three more victims wounded. now there's a brand new push by the union that represents tsa officers to give them law enforcement status, in other words, guns and arrest powers to protect themselves and the public. meantime, the suspect, who allegedly targeted the tsa, remains
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the way things used to be. >> the los angeles auto show gets under way this morning, expected to draw nearly 1 million people over the next ten days. this year visitors will see the next big step in the car industry. bill whitaker is at the los angeles convention center. bill, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. and good morning to our viewers here in the west. all the major automakers are driving to be green with hybrids and electric cars now in showrooms. but there's an old technology making a comeback. hydrogen power. this honda hydrogen concept car won't be available in showrooms until 2015. but if you're in a hurry, there will be one hydrogen car available this spring. >> our engineers have been hard at work. and the new hydrogen fuel cell solution is this. this is all of it. >> reporter: that's it. >> yep. >> reporter: for decades, engineers have touted the promise of zero-emission hydrogen-fueled cars. this week at the los angeles auto show, automakers finally are keeping that promise. hyundai is the first major automaker to mass produce a hydrogen fue
with a high of 62. miami, mostly sunny. rain in chicago, 54 the high. dallas, showers as well. los angeles, lots of sunshine. >>> and time now for a check of the national forecast. this morning a storm is tracking east from the plains to the upper midwest. light snow is predicted for parts of wisconsin and michigan. there will be showers from southern texas to kentucky, and it will also be dry through most of the west and warmer in the northeast. >>> houston texans' head coach gary kubiak is out of the hospital after suffering what the team calls a mini stroke. kubiak collapsed on the field at halftime of the texans' game sunday night. while doctors say kubiak will make a full recovery, there's no timetable on when he will be back with the team. >>> and new allegations of bullying against suspended dolphins' linemen richie incognito. incognito was suspended earlier this week after supposedly sending threatening texts and e-mails to a teammate. he also made threats with his previous team. he's trying to weather the storm. he will lose $200,000 for each game he misses. >> in the nba a career
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with his teammate jonathan martin. abc's aditi roy is in los angeles with the details. >> reporter: good morning, dan. the video that you just saw was richie making his way through a los angeles airport, many assuming that he was there to talk to martin or going to the headquarters of his agent. >> you can ask anybody in the miami dolphins' locker room, who had jon martin's back and they would undoubtedly tell you me. >> reporter: today, richie incognito is making a very public appeal. >> the racism. the bad words. you know that's what i regret most. but that's a product of the environment but that's something that we use all the time. >> reporter: in an interview with fox's jay glazer, he speaks candidly about allegations that he bullied jonathan martin. >> this iss an issue of my and jon's relationship. >> reporter: the so-called threats the intimidation, were nothing more than common locker room banter. >> this speaks to -- it speaks to the culture of our locker room, it speaks to the culture or our closeness. >> reporter: dl fins players spoke about their embattled teammates. some de
's the fun thing about an hour outside of los angeles, thanksgiving is a little bit different. the farm is home to more than 100 rescued animals, goetz, sheep, chicken and pigs. their newest arrival a precious 2-month-old calf, but at thanksgiving time it's all about the turkeys. >> this she's one of our stars today. >> reporter: their annual celebration for the turkeys draws hundreds of families and volunteers, all coming for a very special thanksgiving dinner. >> thanksgiving is a time for people to be grateful. so, we came up with a different way of celebrating with the turkeys as guests of honor. >> reporter: from the founder started the event more than 20 years ago, the turkey sit at a beautiful table with all of their favorite foods. the dining etiquette, pretty much anything goes. they have plenty of adorning fans. >> she loves the turkeys. >> he likes the lettuce. >> the turkeys are very affectionate animals. they love having belly rubs. >> being compassionate and grateful is a huge part. the most important part of thanksgiving. >> reporter: in the eveni ining everyone else gets
. >>> police officers storm los angeles international airport, guns drawn and passengers hit the ground. hear what triggered this scare this time. >>> and the u.s. and iran could be getting closer to reaching a big nuclear agreement. a live report moments away. >>> and new developments in the rape investigation involving a heisman trophy hopeful, and the fellow student. the results of dna tests coming up. >>> we begin with two frightening incidents at los angeles international airport. they happened almost simultaneously. one at terminal 4, the other at terminal 5. terminal 4, an apparent crank call to police causing this chaotic scene. it began when the caller reported a gunman at the airport, and this prompted this response to police. >> on the ground! everybody get down! >> police evacuated the terminal, but then, they didn't find anything suspicious, and they gave the all-clear. almost at the same time at terminal 5, an suv crashed, triggering a panicked reaction from passengers inside there. paul vercammen is live for us at l.a.x. paul, no connection to the two incidents, but nonetheless
with margaret brennan. norah o'donnell is off. police in los angeles say paul ciancia wanted to instill fear in tsa personnel-he faces murder charges in the killing of a tsa officer at los angeles i remember airport. >> security at l.a.x. is under review this morning because of friday's shooting. >> he had a gun, like he had the gun trained down like this and he took two shots. >> didn't make sense to me. i thought, you know, well you know that guy had a gun and no one was there to stop him. you know? police were outside. >> police did respond, shooting inging ciancia four times. sources tell our john mill ter gunman snuck in an assault weapon into the terminal by hiding it in his suitcase and a backpack. he cut holes in the top of the suitcase and the bottom of the backpack so the gun would fit inside. >>> healthcare.gov is still dealing with technical problems. it won't be available between 1:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. earn day for improvements. >> dianne feinstein says the site should go totally offline until it's fixed. >> i felt and i said this directly to the president's
to deflect an aste will hit the earth. >> reporter: or "cbs this morning," carter evans in los angeles. >>> one more study and watch out. >> exactly. five weeks ago the fbi shut down what it called the most sew fisty kayed and criminal marketplace on the internet. silk road was a website selling drugs and other illegal goods but this morning as ben tracy reports, it may be finding new life. >> reporter: the new site has the same name and same look, offering up a list of illegal drugs. the purported new operator announced the website is back up. deja vu anyone? this could be gigantic. >> it could be a scam. >> he's used encrypted midges to talk to the person who says he's running the new site which claims to be register 1g,000 user purse hour. >> for some it's more than just a website. it's a cause. they're really invested in it and want to see it succeed. >> silk road is a website where users could browse anonymously for drugs. they had bid coin. it was amazon.com with a black market bend selling heroin and cocaine as well as guns and fake i.d.s. after a two-y
: or "cbs this morning," carter evans in los angeles. >>> one more study and watch out. >> exactly. five weeks ago the fbi shut down what it called the most sew fisty kayed and criminal marketplace on the internet. silk road was a website selling drugs and other illegal goods but this morning as ben tracy reports, it may be finding new life. >> reporter: the new site has the same name and same look, offering up a list of illegal drugs. the purported new operator announced the website is back up. deja vu anyone? this could be gigantic. >> it could be a scam. >> he's used encrypted midges to talk to the person who says he's running the new site which claims to be register 1g,000 user purse hour. >> for some it's more than just a website. it's a cause. they're really invested in it and want to see it succeed. >> silk road is a website where users could browse anonymously for drugs. they had bid coin. it was amazon.com with a black market bend selling heroin and cocaine as well as guns and fake i.d.s. after a two-year investigation the fbi shut the site down last month and arrested its suspe
most of the late part of the day by a shooting incident that happened at l.a.x., at los angeles international airport. a man reported to be a 23-year-old from los angeles walked into terminal three and pulled out a rifle started firing at tsa employees. there were points he said things about tsa. he killed one tsa worker and wounded as many as three others before he himself was shot in the chest and taken into custody. he's reported to be in critical condition in the hospital. law enforcement sources tell the l.a. times that authorities found a note next to the shooter in which he expressed, quote, his disappointment with the government. nbc news reporting that the shooter sent a suicidal text to his family before entering the airport where he apparently started shooting. again, though, the shooter is alive in critical condition and in custody. l.a.x. is a mess in terms of flight cancellations and delays and thousands of passengers getting stranded. this is a story we'll be following through the night as we learn more. please keep watching this space for news. >>> here's the bac
, friday's shooting at terminal 3 at the los angeles international airport where a gunman approached a checkpoint, pulled a .233 caliber assault rifle from a bag and opened fire, targeting tsa agents, injuring several people and taking the life of a tsa officer named gerardo hernandez, the first tsa officer to die in the line of duty since the agency was created in 2001. the suspected shooter, 23-year-old paul anthony ciancia, was charged this weekend with murder of a federal officer, and commission of violence at an international airport. after being shot at the scene of the crime, he remains in critical condition but is not believed to have suffered brain damage, allowing for the possibility he might be able to answer questions at some point. and while the entirety of his motive is yet to be known, he did have on him at the time a letter. which had language associated with the anti-government patriot movement, as well as some additional anti-government literature about a conspiracy to form a single global government. and for more, i'm joined by brand-new grio.com columnist, goldie
've been in seattle a few years and recently expanded to los angeles and are growing the neighborhoods that they're serving in los angeles right now. and there have been plenty of reports they're looking up to 20 more markets in the next year or two. >> jason, thanks a million. appreciate it. >> thank you. >> jason del ray. check out the yahoo! finance question of the day. would you buy amazon branded supermarket goods, 39% say sure if they're better and cheaper, 7% say no, 55% say no, i don't buy my groceries on-line. ty? >> interesting. very interesting stuff. i actually like going to the grocery store. that's one of my little pleasures of the week. all right. folks, up next, an update from the floor of the new york stock exchange where sue is, plus the bond report, mr. santelli, and real life rock star. >> coming up, power pitch. this rock climbing duo wants to scale their business to new heights but do they have what it takes to rope you in? stay tuned to find out. >>> time for the power pitch. entrepreneurs 60 seconds to make their pitch and our panelists will decide whether they
page at los angeles international airport that left one tsa agent dead. the accused gunman now charged with the murder of a federal officer. police say he shot the agent at poinblank range before opening fire on the crowd. and then, returning to shoot the agent yet again. at least five other people injured in friday's shooting. 23-year-old paul ciancia could face the death penalty if convicted. investigators saying he had enough firepower to turn the entire place into a killing zone.
. on monday fbi agents visited ciancia's apartment near los angeles. they escorted one of his roommates to his car, also a black hyundai. airport police and the tsa are now reviewing security procedures at the los angeles airport. >> as much as we work each and every day to make this airport and others safe i'm sad to say but nothing will ever be 100%. >> reporter: a memorial was held monday night for gerardo hernandez. the union that represents tsa officers called for some of those officers to carry guns. currently, none are armed. >> we're not suggesting that all 45,000 tsa officers be armed. what we're suggesting is there needs to be another layer added, which would be transportation security law enforcement officers who would have law enforcement duties would have a weapon, would have the ability to arrest people. >> reporter: but the head of the airport police here says even if the tsa agent who was murdered had a gun it would not have mattered. that's because paul ciancia had his his rifle in his suitcase. he pulled it out at the last minute and fired at that of
they reach earth. the dinosaurs didn't have a space program. we do. john blackstone, cbs news, los angeles. >> pelley: before we go, we want to congratulate gary england. for 41 years he was the chief meteorologist for kw-tv in oklahoma city covering more than 2,000 twisters. tonight, gary will be inducted into oklahoma hall of fame. proud of you, gary. and that's the cbs evening news. for all of us at cbs news all around the world, good night. >> your realtime captioner is mrs. linda m. macdonald rules. >>> if i have enough sense not to get on there myself, what's wrong with them? >> a free-for-all on bart. our camera catches cyclists breaking the rules. good evening, i'm ken bastida. >> i'm elizabeth cook. the new rules for bikes on bart are simply being ignored. what's worse? they are not even being enforced. we rode the rails to see how commuters and bicyclists are meshing and sometimes it gets messy. kpix 5's ryan takeo is at the pleasant hill station and ryan, even bart admits the rules may need a little tweaking. >> reporter: liz, that's right. bart set up the rules recently just fo
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